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Let's Be Clear, GA

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Mission Statement: To engage in best practices and policies to prevent marijuana abuse in Georgia using evidence-based prevention education, collaborative, and advocacy strategies.

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Addressing Today's Marijuana Landscape



Let's Be Clear, GA is raising awareness of the risks associated with today's THC products. Today's marijuana products are engineered to have much greater THC content than the flower of the past.



Advocacy is an essential pillar of our mission. There is strength in numbers, and we work to inform and encourage others to take a stand for what they believe in and to protect our youth from another addiction-for-profit industry.

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Tackling this issue can be overwhelming. We get it. Let's Be Clear, GA is here to help you navigate the steps of increasing awareness, advocating for the public's best interests, and educating others on the ever-changing marijuana laws and policies. 

Doctor explains the dangers of children eating THC edibles

Doctor explains the dangers of children eating THC edibles

We're hearing more and more of children eating marijuana gummies, chocolates, and other edibles that resemble candy. "We have definitely seen younger children with, frankly, they look intoxicated or they can get excessively sleepy," UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital pediatric emergency specialist Dr. Jerri Rose said. But when kids under age 6 eat them, it can be dangerous. Elizabeth Perry's doctor prescribed gummy edibles for her to help her sleep. She was told to eat one a night, but her toddler Oliver found them and ate 15. "He started shaking and crying and looked at me with utter fear in his eyes," she remembered. "We weren't sure he would be OK." Oliver started seizing and had to be taken by helicopter to the hospital, where he was intubated. He survived, but Elizabeth wants other parents to be aware. There's a lot of THC packed in gummies, and when ingested by a small child, they can be getting a five or six-fold overdose, according to Rose. Side effects can include tiredness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headache, or worse. "In some cases, if the child ingests enough, it can be enough to make them so sleepy that it could depress their breathing," Rose said. Monica Robins reports: -- At 3News, we’re not here to tell you the news, we’re here to share the stories that you say matter most to you. Share your ideas, thoughts, concerns and engage in conversations about the communities in which we all call home. Follow 3News on Social: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our site: And be sure to download our app here:

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